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#ActualFreeky

Posted 06 October 2012 - 03:55 PM

Thanks for the answer, but I actually meant to keep track of it in-game.
For example, in some games you can press a button to toggle some kind of screen witch shows you the fps and other data.

A good example is Minecraft (you've probably heard of it)
When you press F3, it shows you the fps, the player coordinates and a whole load of other stuff of witch I don;t know what it means.
Here is an image:------V the FPS is right there
Posted Image

I don't need help with the drawing itself, but only with collecting the information. ;)

#2Freeky

Posted 06 October 2012 - 03:54 PM

Thanks for the answer, but I actually meant to keep track of it in-game.
For example, in some games you can press a button to toggle some kind of screen witch shows you the fps and other data.

A good example is Minecraft (you've probably heard of it)
When you press F3, it shows you the fps, the player coordinates and a whole load of other stuff of witch I don;t know what it means.
Here is an image: V the FPS is right there
Posted Image

I don't need help with the drawing itself, but only with collecting the information. ;)

#1Freeky

Posted 06 October 2012 - 03:53 PM

Thanks for the answer, but I actually meant to keep track of it in-game.
For example, in some games you can press a button to toggle some kind of screen witch shows you the fps and other data.

A good example is Minecraft (you've probably heard of it)
When you press F3, it shows you the fps, the player coordinates and a whole load of other stuff of witch I don;t know what it means.
Here is an image:
Posted Image

I don't need help with the drawing itself, but only with collecting the information. ;)

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